Ever since humans invented the first computer, there’s been speculation that super-intelligent machines could be built and these machines might not have much use for humans. Is this speculation pseudo-science or could it really happen!
Experts have found that many of the most persuasive selling techniques include a persuasive appeal that contains a logical fallacy. That is, arguments that seem more persuasive to us, are also more likely to be based upon a logical fallacy! People can learn to not be taken in by these seemingly persuasive appeals by learning to quickly identify various common types of logical fallacies.
The Federal trade Commission and Attorney General banned several individuals and companies from using computers to spy on consumers in their homes but didn’t specify that it would do anything else including informing the victims.
Google Inc. agreed to pay a record $22.5 million civil penalty and to disable all the tracking cookies it had said it would not place on Safari computers. In recent weeks, Google has been the subject of several other privacy complaints.
Yesterday, the White House’s Champions for Change were Luis Aguirre-Torres who is is CEO of "GreenMomentum and Cleantech Challenge México and A. Patricia Janiot President of Fundación Colombianitos. Their remarks were posted on the White House Blog.
President Obama claims Mr. Romney has a condition called Romnesia. The scorecard for Romney’s second debate symptomatology includes episodes of Anterograde Romnesia(18), Romnesia(8), Conesia(16) and eight sketchy deals.